Dr. Sylvie de Souza, director of emergency medicine at The Brooklyn Hospital Center (TBHC), and a clinical assistant professor for St. George’s University, was on the front lines when it all began. The day was March 1, 2020, when the first COVID-19 case was reported in New York City. As the coronavirus spread throughout the […]
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With the development of a state-of-the-art diagnostic molecular facility on campus, St. George’s University has assured its community and the country of Grenada that SGU will be prepared to do its part should another infectious disease outbreak surface in the near or distant future. The laboratory is housed in the on-campus Windward Islands Research and […]
Dr. G. Richard Olds, president of St. George’s University, has committed his life to studying tropical and infectious diseases. All over the world, he has seen how viruses—these microscopic parasites that are invisible to the naked eye—can spread through a community, leaving damage in their wake. One of the best methods to combat the virus […]
SGU News caught up with John Washington, MD ’81, who with his charter class colleagues were the first to enter medicine as St. George’s University graduates. Dr. Washington has spent the last 35 years working as an emergency medicine physician in Macon, GA, and he looks back fondly on where his journey began. St. George’s […]
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Edvin Martin, BSc ’08, the current commissioner of the Royal Grenada Police Force (RGPF) came from humble beginnings. He grew up in a Grenadian household of seven kids, inspired by his hard-working mother and his father, a police constable who was the motivating factor for his son joining the RGPF. Mr. Martin attributes his humility […]
To strengthen a region that relies heavily on the fisheries sector for its food safety and livelihood, the Windward Islands Research and Education Foundation (WINDREF) recently led a rigorous 12-week training course that resulted in more than 300 men and women earning a fishing vessel captain’s permit, demonstrating their expertise in rules and safety on […]
In honor of National Women Physicians Day, St. George’s University’s School of Medicine Alumni Association (SOMAA) held a virtual panel discussion to celebrate its accomplished alumnae making a difference every day in the medical community. The group of esteemed panelists delved into an open and informative discussion about their perspectives on not only being a […]
The journey for Ryan Toews, MD ’19, has taken him from an international medical school experience, to his top-choice residency back in Canada, and now, to a much sought-after emergency medicine fellowship beginning this summer. Dr. Toews was ecstatic to learn that he had secured one of only a few such fellowship positions through Canada’s […]
Matthew J. Memoli, MD ’02, director of Laboratory of Infectious Diseases (LID) Clinical Studies Unit at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, explains what people can expect should they choose to receive a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine, while also sharing what they can do to stay healthy in the meantime. The Government of […]
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